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Fort Rucker, AL 36362
With a partnering approach, Robins & Morton works on construction projects of all sizes, creating a collaborative and transparent environment with our clients, trade partners and of course, our Robins & Morton team. Along with that collaborative spirit is an opportunity for everyone to contribute innovative ideas for improvement, opportunities to learn new skills and to develop into better leaders.
Robins & Morton is looking for a Superintendent to lead the planning, organization, integration and completion of our dynamic projects. Specifically, the Superintendent will provide servant-minded, relationship oriented leadership, earning the trust & respect of others, leading to efficient & collaborative services for our clients.
If you’re motivated to take on the challenge of leading day to day tasks that contribute to the big picture of large-scale projects, then we’re interested in you!
We’re looking for a collaborative, organized leader who’s not afraid of a challenge, with a degree, preferably (can be substituted with experience), in Building Science, Construction Management or Civil Engineering. The candidate will need to have 10+ years of construction experience/training. Healthcare construction experience is a plus.
YOUR DAY-TO-DAY: (Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.)
Plan procedures based on start & completion times & staffing requirements for each phase.
Maintain client and designer relations.
Plan & set up efficient jobsite layout, including site utilization and primary control.
Plan & establish flow of the work activities on the project.
Direct development of overall Project Schedule.
Arrange for & schedule inspections by government officials and consultants.
Maintain a clean, safe, orderly jobsite, utilizing 5s.
Maintain daily project diaries for duration of the project.
Review shop drawings for conformance to contract and field conditions.
Manage procurement of tools & materials.
Prequalify, hire & lead all field team. Approve weekly field time cards.
Review & evaluate all subcontracts and vendor purchase orders.
Uphold R&M Infection Control, Interim Life Safety & Building Envelope Policies & Procedures.
Uphold Drug, Alcohol and Harassment policies.
Uphold jobsite safety in compliance with OSHA regulations & R&M Safety Program.
Manage: Field Superintendents, MEP Coordinators, Assistant Superintendents, Project Engineers, Field Engineers, Safety Engineers, Foremen, Field Assistants, Field Office Assistants, Jobsite Assistants & all craft persons. May also manage: Assistant Project Manager, Project Manager.
Lead in accordance with R&M Policies & Procedures & any applicable state & federal laws.
Participate in establishing profit/time objectives for Operations Manager review/approval.
Conduct project trade partner & owner meetings.
Work with supervisors & trade partners to resolve workforce grievances.
Take measures to ensure progression towards overall project schedule & time requirements.
Uphold R&M quality control management.
Lead supervisors & trade partners engaged in planning & executing work, interpreting specifications & coordinating various phases of construction to prevent delays.
Prepare/review reports on progress, materials & costs, adjust schedules as indicated by reports.
Lead all jobsite field management to succeed at their job requirements.
Implement & lead near term scheduling meetings & address issues arising from meetings.
Manage all field operations of trade partners to effectively complete their work.
Participate in learning opportunities to grow your personal and professional skills.
Teach others utilizing your experiences and knowledge
WHAT YOU BRING TO THE TEAM:(Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.)
Ability to read, analyze & interpret contract documents, safety rules, operating & maintenance instructions & procedure manuals.
Ability to write routine reports & correspondence.
Ability to speak effectively before all project team members.
Ability to calculate figures & amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, & volume; ability to apply concepts of basic algebra & geometry.
Use of basic reasoning to resolve issues quickly with little or no direction.
Ability to interpret variety of instructions in written, oral, diagram, or schedule format.
OSHA 30 Hour certification preferred. If not current, receive within 1st year & keep current.
Knowledge of all facets of ground up Healthcare Construction/New Renovation.
Able to frequently stand; walk; use hands to handle/feel objects, tools, controls; reach with hands & arms.
Ability to occasionally climb or balance & stoop or kneel.
Ability to regularly work in outside weather conditions, frequently near moving mechanical parts; occasionally work in high, precarious places exposed to wet/humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, risk of electrical shock, & vibration.
Ability to work in a moderate to high noise level.
Other Job Information: (if applicable)
This position is an Exempt position and is not subject to overtime pay.
This position is assigned to jobsite locations; travel/relocation is required.
This position is part of the Operations Department.
This position reports direct to Sr Superintendent, Project MIC, or Operations Manager.